p.2 Launch - A large barge was launched by Calvin & Breck at Garden Island today, the ice having been cut to enable them to do so.
p.3 New Forwarding Company
Messrs. A. & W. Robertson, of Montreal, give notice of their intention to apply for letters patent granting a charter to the St. Lawrence Grain Company. The objects for which its incorporation is sought are the construction, purchasing, selling, owning, leasing, hiring and chartering of floating grain elevators, warehouses, land, premises, buildings, boats, barges, steam vessels, cars, trucks, machinery, and any other articles or things whatever, necessary for, or conducive to, the business of elevating, storing, warehousing, stowing and forwarding grain and other produce, and generally for carrying on the business aforesaid at any place or places, and to and from any port or places in the Dominion of Canada, and for purchasing and selling grain and other produce on commission or otherwise, as may be found desirable for the interests of the Company. The places within the Dominion of Canada at which business is to be carried on are at the city of Montreal and the city of Kingston, and elsewhere in Canada, and the chief place of business is to be at the city of Montreal aforesaid. The amount of capital stock to be two hundred thousand dollars. The number of shares to be two thousand, and the amount of such shares to be one hundred dollars. The names in full, and addresses and calling of each of the applicants are as follows: James Inglis merchant; Gilbert Scott, brewer; John S. Hall, warehouseman; Harrison Stevens, Esquire; all of the city and district of Montreal; and William Inglis, mechanical engineer, of Bolton, Lancashire, England. The first Directors of the Company will be the said James Inglis, Gilbert Scott, John S. Hall, and William Inglis.